Nissan has a terrible history of long waits and vague pictures teasing its new vehicles before they actually go on sale.
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The 2013 Nissan Leaf, going on sale later this month, sports a more defined sound system.
The Nissan Tsuru, a popular car that was once sold in the U.S. as the Sentra, earned an abysmal crash safety rating in the Latin NCAP testing.
Over the past decade, Nissan has vastly expanded the number of vehicles it makes in the U.S., with its Canton, Mississippi, assembly plant playing one of the most crucial roles in making the cars it sells here.